Ilkka Kontula Foundation scholarships were awarded to successful students

Personal scholarships are 1 000 euros.
The School of Business Dean Ingmar Björkman and Head of Learning Services, Margareta Soismaa awarded the diplomas at a special ceremony organised at the School of Business on 7 May 2015.

The Ilkka Kontula Foundation awards annual incentive scholarships to students of the School of Business and the Faculty of Law at the University of Helsinki.

Ilkka Kontula, LL.M., M.Sc. (Econ. & Bus. Admin), who died in 2012, studied both at the Helsinki School of Economics and the University of Helsinki. With his bequest, he wanted to give assistance to students in their everyday lives.

Scholarships are awarded annually to successful students who have completed at least 80 credits units during their three first terms. Personal scholarships are 1 000 euros. The first scholarships were awarded in 2014.

As Ilkka Kontula was allocated the awards to students studying in Helsinki, the School of Business has decided to give the stipends of the same amount of money to successful students studying in Mikkeli.

 

Bachelor´s programme in Helsinki (48 students)

 

Aikio, Marko Kristian

Eerolainen, Antti Jerome

Eklund, Oskari Julius

Forsman, Minna Sofia

Heikkilä, Ilkka Sakari

Heinonen, Johannes Juha Olavi

Homan, Aksel Kai Kristian

Juutinen, Miika Samuel Oskari

Kahelin, Antti Mikael

Kahelin, Arttu Niilo Johannes

Kaidesoja, Joel Jaakko Henrik

Kaitila, Katri Annina

Kammonen, Anni-Liina Fredrika

Karasar, Suzan

Keko, Jouni Mikael

Kinnunen, Olli Eemeli

Kitinoja, Laura Helena

Kontinen, Jesper Sebastian

Konttinen, Otso Hermanni

Kovalainen, Huuko Jouni

Kumral, Kadir Kasper

Kurkela, Janne Samuli

Kähäri, Otto Matti Mikael

Lahti, Niklas Ari

Lavikka, Atte Martin Anttoni

Lee, Donghun

Louhento, Martti Paavo Oliver

Mankinen, Harri Ilkka

Martas, Tomi Ilmari

Natri, Sara Priska Johanna

Oesch, Valtteri Uno Elias

Paarma, Kristiina Suvi Tuuli

Pakarinen, Sanna-Kaisa Katriina

Panula, Alpo Leevi

Parvi, Alf Henrik Mikael

Paunu, Markus Juhani

Penttilä, Sonja Margareta

Piik, Ari Aarne Juhani

Reyes, Yakill Kuntur

Saarela, Henri Ville Lars

Seppänen, Katariina Juliaana

Taavitsainen, Ossi Topias

Taskinen, Iina Sinikka

Vanne, Johannes Antti Taavetti

Weckman, Markus Valdemar

Vilkuna, Ville Aleksi Kustaa

Vuori, Ilkka Johannes

Wäre, Eeva-Liisa Katariina

 

Bachelor´s programme in Mikkeli (11 students)

Do, Thanh Hai

Hoang, Yen

Jacobsén Alves, Bruno Philip

Koivusalo, Anna Maria

Kröger, Jonna Elisa

Lappi, Dani Mikael

Luoma, Anni Sofia

Nguyen, Nhat Minh

Nguyen, Thi Thuy Linh

Pham, Hang Phuong Xuan

Soldan, Jenny Anneli

Additionally, a few other students who did not want their name to be published on the Internet were awarded the stipend.

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